Saturday, April 28, 2007

Thoughts Are Like Cosmic Glue

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From: Eternal Energy

There are around 6 billion people on this planet and every one of those people has thoughts. Scientists believe that the average person has up to 50,000 thoughts per day so when you multiply how many thoughts each individual has each day by the population of the planet, that is a lot of thoughts. It is all those trillions and trillions of thoughts that produce a kind of energy which shapes the world we see and live in. All these thoughts are like cosmic glue holding our reality in place.

Over the course of time the world changes. You will notice over the course of a decade that the world is slightly different in it’s appearance and the attitude of the people inhabiting the world in each new decade is also different. After a hundred years you will notice a much greater change in the world’s appearance and the attitude of its people. The reason the world changes is because our collective thinking changes.

What I am referring to is how we each affect each other whether we are aware of it or not. One of the most destructive devices in the modern world that causes so much death, destruction, fear and chaos is the TV. Yes the television is perhaps the most dangerous piece of equipment ever built. Many or should I say most people in the developed world watch TV everyday and give very little thought to what it is they are doing to themselves. They turn on the box and watch the news programs and listen to all the statistics on how many women die of breast cancer and how many men will develop heart disease and how terrorism is becoming a huge problem throughout many countries in the world and they believe what they hear. That is where the problem lies, they believe what they hear.

The moment you believe something your subconscious mind begins to make it happen. This is the nature of thought, thinking is this kind of cosmic glue that gets stuck all through your thoughts and begins to manifest in your life. If you don’t believe something is true or possible than it isn’t. It is only belief that turns a thought into reality. So if you and everyone else never heard about or thought about breast cancer it would never become a problem for you. What has happened is, someone has been thinking about a problem arising in their body like cancer, than that thought manifests as a disease within the body and then other people hear about it and then the media broadcasts it and then the entire world knows about it and then it becomes a statistic we believe we may succumb to.

This worldwide growing terrorism threat seems to have gotten out of hand and we the people of this planet are responsible for this through our collective thinking. No, nobody wants there to be any terrorism but we thought about the possibility of global terrorism for so long that through our thinking and our worry, we made it happen and now it’s happening so much more because we keep thinking about it, the media pushes it, the media is actually invoking it. While we keep terrorism, cancer and all those other horrible demons in our minds we will only serve to nourish them and give them life with our daily thoughts.

The moment we can clear our minds and focus only on what we want, the things that bring joy and happiness is when the world will make another change in a new positive direction and away from the fearful world we continue to build from our thoughts of today. Your thoughts, my thoughts, everyone’s collective thoughts literally create everything in the universe.

To your Bliss,
Eternal Energy

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